Promotional Event: I Kill Me: Tales of a Jilted Hypochondriac by Tracy H. Tucker


We are organizing a promotional event for the adult women’s fiction novel, I Kill Me: Tales of a Jilted Hypochondriac, by Tracy H. Tucker. The book was released July 16, 2012. Those who would like to participate will have a choice of two excerpts to post and offer the below giveaway anytime between September 1 through September 22, 2012.

Giveaway per blog: (1) Print copy of I Kill Me: Tales of a Jilted Hypochondriac. *Open to US/Canada Only* and (1) eBook Kindle copy of  I Kill Me: Tales of a Jilted Hypochondriac. *Open Internationally*

Participants may handle the giveaway however they would like. All winners MUST be turned in by Friday, September 28th. Use this link to submit your winner’s name, shipping information for print winner, email where ebook winner would like the ecopy sent, their preferred eBook format, and the link to your post/giveaway.

Christine Bacon has a fatal attraction. To all things fatal. A veteran hypochondriac, her near-death experiences are exacerbated when her husband proposes they have a menage a trois with Eleanor, his busty British massage therapist, to “shake things up.” Christine reluctantly agrees (although she is more wholesome than threesome), never expecting just how much she’d be rattled. As her marriage to Richard, a/k/a “Dick,” falls apart, so, too, does Christine, whose fear of her own demise causes her to research every freckle, blemish, cough, bump, lump, tingle and hiccup. She isn’t a doctor, but she plays one on the internet.

There is solace for Christine: in raising daughters Lily and Carli, leaning on her friends, and wearing out the shower massager. In order to heal, she struggles to become her own person and to view her symptoms (and ex-husband) as less malignant, while searching for that special someone who will love her–despite her grave condition. 

*Author’s Note: I know that the menage a trois mention in the blurb is a double-edged sword :) – it piques the interest of some, but possibly freaks out others. The scene is actually very tame – nothing really “happens”. The whole book is actually quite tame and I dare say tasteful – no graphic sex. The book has its fair share of poignant moments as well as humor.